Edmonton podcast roundup: Feb. 8, 2017

Feb 8 podcast roundup

This week’s podcast roundup will adhere to the usual “listening time” structure, but first, I want to draw your attention to The Broadcast, a new podcast for which I have a great deal of affection, partly because of the topic (politics), partly because of the hosts (Alex Zabjek and Trisha Estabrooks) and partly because I watched this develop from notion to full-fledged podcast. Brava! Here are the first three episodes:
From both sides of the microphone
From both sides of the microphone Listen in as two former journalists turned politicians talk about the issues that defined them as female candidates. A frank conversation with the former…
Clinging to McClung: Time to let a Canadian icon go?
Historian and author Charlotte Gray joined the Broadcast to talk more about her book, The Promise of Canada: 150 Years – People and Ideas That Have Shaped Our Country. In this interview…
"No one was listening": Sandra Jansen on politics, the PC...
NDP MLA Sandra Jansen talks about her disaffection with the PC party and her decision to talk openly in the Legislature about being called a “bitch” in politics and being told to “stay…
Less than 30 minutes: On Pet Sounds, Sarah Hoyles talks to a man who rescues cats from trees; the new Curious Arts podcast, Talking Theatre, quizzes director Ron Jenkins about Government Inspector; and on the Alberta Magazine Publishers Association podcast, Omar Mouallem talks to the Chatelaine’s Haley Overland about the magazine’s social media presence.
Episode 22 / Who You Gonna Call?
If your cat gets caught up in a tree, you just call the fire department for help. Think again. We’ll hear how an arborist, Shaun Sears has climbed in and stepped up, with Canopy Cat…
An acclaimed director takes on Gogol's biting satire - curious...
I’m joined today by Ron Jenkins, director of Studio Theatre’s upcoming play, Government Inspector, by Nikolai Gogol running February 9 – 18, 2017 at the Timms Centre for the Arts. You can…
Publishing in Real Time with Chatelaine's Haley Overland by The...
Haley Overland, senior editor of social media for Canada’s preeminent women’s magazine, Chatelaine, discusses what social media can and can’t do for magazines. She joined host Omar…
More under 30 minutes: Josh and Alan at Press Start To Join shout-out to our podcast meetup and invite cosplayers to come on their show; on That’s So Maven, Lauren and Andrea talk to Rebecca Grant of The Violet Chocolate Company (who I’ll be interviewing next week for Capital Ideas, by the way!); and on Monetizing Your Creativitiy, Marvin and Fred explore the creativity in action at Chrysalis.
Press Start To Join
We have an open call for podcast guests, and we are looking for cosplayers! We also cover our weekend as it was unusually eventful! Our Yuk Yuk Show cast.
Episode 32: Rebecca Grant
This week, we sat down with Rebecca Grant, owner and culinary artist behind The Violet Chocolate Company. Making every piece she sells by hand certainly keeps Rebecca busy, especially at…
116 Chrysalis: Creative non-profit work by...
Welcome to the first in a series of themed episodes of Monetizing Your Creativity. In this edition, Marvin pulls segments of Fred’s interviews with arts specialists who dedicate time and…
And more under 30 minutes: Greg Gazin celebrates 10 years of Toastcaster; MacEwan University’s Clock Radio explores an art installation about cancer; and hey, there’s Clock Radio producer Tyler Butler on my own Seen and Heard in Edmonton podcast.
Toastcaster 77 Greg Gazin: Our 10th Anniversary Podcast -...
19:26] Toastcaster Podcast is celebrating its 10th Anniversary. In this episode Greg grabs the mic and takes an impromptu journey back a decade to its humble beginnings starting from the…
Ep. 8: Listen by MacEwanU
When you think about academic research, an art installation may not immediately come to mind. But research is much more than just science labs and hard data. Research is about taking what…
Episode 59: Tyler Butler
Meet Tyler Butler, the always-learning digital marketing strategist and musician who explores social media on the new podcast Don’t Call Me A Guru.
30 to 45 minutes: The Edmonton Community Foundation’s Well-Endowed Podcast has several interesting stories, including the celebrations happening at Metro Cinema; That’s So Maven has another interesting conversation with an entrepreneur, this time with doula Sonya Duffee; and Adam Rozenhart talks to a Canadian working in Egypt on The Expats.
Episode 5 - Festivals, Friendship and Popcorn - The Well Endowed...
On this month’s episode, we take a field trip over to the Garneau Theatre. Now the home of Metro Cinema, and a great place to go to celebrate Canada’s 150 with their “Home Movies”…
Episode 31: Sonya Duffee
This week, we sat down with Sonya Duffee, doula and head of the Full Circle Birth Collective, which offers support and care before, during, and after the birthing process. It was…
Episode 35: A Canadian Expat in Egypt
Owen Murray is a world-travelling photographer who’s spent a lot of his adult life travelling. We caught up with him in Luxor, Egypt and spoke to him about the value of travel, what it…
More 30 to 45 minutes: The Bad Feminists Book Club looks at Giller Prize winner Do Not Say We Have Nothing; The Press Gallery’s journalists tell the story behind some recent stories, including coverage of the panel on the child intervention system; Vintage Edmonton Music spotlights a crooner from Calgary; True North Strange and Weird explores tales of hidden treasure; and on Real Life, Jason Gregor chats hockey and politics with Jason Strudwick in Hong Kong.
Jan 2017: Do Not Say We Have Nothing by Madeleine Thien
http://badfeministsbookclub.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/jan2017.mp3 Subscribe: iTunes || Google Play || RSS Feed Ashley’s book pick for January was Do Not Say We Have Nothing by…
Press Gallery #168: The Secrets and Lies edition
A panel tasked with reforming the child intervention system began in Edmonton this week, but the fact it’s not being recorded in Hansard or anywhere else has some folks worried about the…
Vintage Edmonton Music Podcast #19
This episode features 1970s Calgary TV show host and nighclub performer Wynne Hanson and his made in Edmonton LP, Road Musician.
Booty Is Only Shin Deep S01E05
Explore strange tides and buried riches as Patee discovers that x doesn’t always mark the spot. Listen to amazing stories of riches waiting to be found in your own back yard. Written by:…
Real Life Podcast: Episode 13: Struds in Hong Kong | OilersNation
This week Struds was live in Hong Kong and Gregor was in Edmonton. We are not sure if it is the first Edmonton-Hong Kong live Podcast, but it is definitely rare.
45 to 60 minutes: Linda and Tyler of Don’t Call Me A Guru quiz Linda’s teenage cousins about their social media habits; and Adoptees On is back for a second season with Haley Radke’s interview with an adoptee who found her birth mother on social media.
Episode 4: How are Teens Using Social Media?
In Episode 3 of Don’t Call Me a Guru, we talk year-end social media highlights and look forward to what social media trends or features might become more commonplace in 2017. We also chat…
Season 2, Episode 1: Kelley - A Social Media Search
Show Notes Topics We Discussed * Kelley’s social media search via poster on Facebook went viral with over 200,000 shares o…
More 45 to 60 minutes: The Eskimo Empire crew has a delightful chat with former player Malcolm Frank; The Nerdebrates dig into all of the copycat characters in the superhero universes; and the Northern Nerdcast chats with Gregg and Colin of the podcast I Have Some Notes, more about which later.
Eskimo Empire Podcast: Episode 76 - Malcolm Frank
Voted in Esks By the Numbers as the best to wear #10, Esks Alumnus Malcolm Frank tells us about playing for the Esks and how it feels to still hold the interception return for TDs record….
ISSUE 14: DON'T COPY ME BRO
Just imagine if one of your favourite super-characters was not the first of it’s kind. Just for a minute think to yourself, did I see Deadpool in the 80s? or was that someone else? Well we…
Nerdcast ep.62 I Have Some Notes
This week Dan and Chelsea are joined by the podcast duo of Gregg Beever and Colin MacIntyre from I Have Some Notes. Each month on I Have Some Notes self proclaimed Movie Experts™ Colin…
More than 60 minutes: And hey, there’s I Have Some Notes, tearing apart Suicide Squad with Eri Riot and Erin Beever; the Movie Jerks channel their inner softies with three guests from the Chinook Series to recall their favourite timeless romances; and there’s Murray Utas again, along with other fascinating and passionate members of Edmonton’s arts community, on the latest episode of What It Is.
Suicide Squad - S02E04
The Noter-boys are back for their biggest challenge yet, Suicide Squad! Colin and Gregg bravely tackle DC’s world-building monstrosity with guests Eri Riot ( Hellbound Ride) and Erin…
The Movie Jerks
We have a jam packed episode with guests, Murray Utas, Megan Dart, and Amber Alexander joining us to talk about 5 timeless romances that are still as relevant today, as the day they were…
Ep 124: Our Communities
Guests: Matthew MacKenzie & Brandon Coffey and Murray Utas, Nasra Adem & Kristi Hansen Hosted by Taylor Chadwick With Chris W. Cook Creative Commons Music from Josh Woodward Contains Coarse…
More over 60 minutes: Jessica and Katie of For Kicks analyze the recent friendly between Canada and Mexico with a special guest; Elliott and Michael fight about electoral reform and deplore Trump on Highlevel Showdown; and Equinely Inclined is back after a break with a look at what urbanization has done to horse culture.
For Kicks Podcast, Episode 22: CANWNT vs MEXWNT friendly, a chat...
After a long break following their bronze medal win in Rio, Canada returned to home soil for a celebratory friendly against Mexico on February 4. In this episode, we’re joined by Sandra…
Episode #70 - Abandoning Reform and Trumping Hate
Michael and Elliott begin Episode 70 by discussing the Liberal’s decision to abandon electoral reform. Listen as Michael excoriates the government and their lack of appetite for reform,…
Canada Equine ...On-Line: Equinely-Inclined! Podcast
Equinely-Inclined 152: Horse Industry Challenges in our Urbanized Society
I wish I could have listened to more, but there are so many hours! Find more find more in previous roundups, on the Northern Content Network, on Guerrilla Radio and on the Edmonton Nerd List‘s media page. If you’d like this sort of thing, and other sorts of things, delivered to your inbox every other Saturday, subscribe to my newsletter.

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